This manual evolved from the one-page Minimum Standard for hospitals adopted by the American College of Surgeons in 1919. It in turn evolved into the Accreditation Manual for Hospitals published by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals (JCAH) in 1970. Topics: Hospitals, Standardization
bySymposium on International Standards Information and ISONET (1979 : National Bureau of Standards); Phucas, Charles B; American National Standards Institute; United States. National Bureau of Standards
"June 1980." Topic: Standardization Information services Congresses.
There is one thing most people seem to know about standardization: It is slow. From a user’s perspective, the competing technologies may present spurious differences that increase uncertainty, and create transaction costs. Established industry-wide standard development organizations (SDOs) may be slow to act, bureaucratic, and inflexible to changes in users’ needs and new opportunities; consortia speed up the process of standardization. The paper aims at the... Topics: SDOs, Consortia, Hybrid Standardization
byGeihs, Kurt; König, Wolfgang, 1951-; Westarp, Falk von
Networks: Standardization, Infrastructure, and Applications Author: Prof. Dr. Kurt Geihs, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang König, Dr. Falk von Westarp Published by Physica-Verlag HD ISBN: 978-3-7908-1449-1 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-57476-4 Table of Contents: Modeling Diffusion Processes in Networks From Qwerty to Nuclear Power Reactors: Historic Battles for the Standard Supporting Mobility through Computer Networks Quality of Service Management for Middleware and Applications US-American Legislation on Digital... Topics: Standardization, System analysis, Information technology, Information technology, Standardization,...